Join In!


Pupils, parents / carers, governors and staff are all important ‘stakeholders’ and we want everyone to have their say, to express their ideas and opinions and keep on making our learning community a great place to be. We listen, and respond, to what our pupils tell us and they play a big part in the decision making process. Pupils express themselves informally through circle time, SEAL sessions and general conversations in and around school with staff and, more formally, through the School Council.  Likewise, parents’ / carers’ questions, concerns and comments are important to us and we always try our best to speak to parents / carers at the start or end of the day.  Take a look at the ‘Your Views’ section below to see how you can express your views at Cheadle Heath Primary.

Click on the links below to see how our community can join in and be part of our school:

  • School Council: the elected group that represents pupils’ views in school
  • Parent Council: a group of parent volunteers representing each class in school
  • Governors: the board of directors for our school. Further information about Governors can be found here.
  • Helping us: how you can volunteer at school
  • Your views: we want to hear your comments, concerns and answer any questions you have
  • School Partners: various partnerships that we have association with